William Kopecky returns to Outsight Radio Hours discuss his darkest, most disturbing project yet: Haiku Funeral, now in two separate interviews. William tells us how this project with Dimitar Dimitrov came about, including Kopecky's larger vocal contribution since Snarling Adjective Convention. Along with SAC, the conversations touch on other Kopecky projects like Far Corner, Yeti Rain, Kopecky, and Par Lindh Project.
The 2011 interview covers the Haiku Funeral album If God is a Drug and an earlier interview focuses on Funeral Assassination in the Hashish Cathedral.
The un-dated interview is from prior to May, 2007.
In the 14-December 2008 Snarling Adjective Convention interview, Kopecky ties together the philosophy of Jung with group improvisation.
The 30-Dec-2012 interview is mainly on Haiku Funeral's "Nightmare Painting" album with some news on Yeti Rain's in-progress "Stars Fall Darkly".
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